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The silver cloud with the dark lining

The silver cloud with the dark lining EDITORIAL The silver cloud with the dark lining This issue is packed with sophisticated and well- disciplines. Sue identifies planned changes in articulated, practice-based thinking about how commissioning – based on Joint Strategic Needs strategic structures can and will impact on the Assessment (JSNA) as ways of helping primary care service user’s experience of services, and on their trusts and local authorities to work together. outcomes. There is a large silver cloud of good However, a mini dark lining to this silver thinking and hopeful new structures. But what’s cloud is that the minimum data set for the JSNA the dark lining? Read on… doesn’t identify people who are experiencing Naomi Eisenstadt and John Lawrence explain homelessness. But health is now included in the Socially Excluded Adults Public Sector homelessness strategies which lead into Agreement (PSA). It is very welcome that so Supporting People reviews, into Local Strategic much joined-up government resource is being Partnerships, and then (so the theory goes) into targeted at the very vulnerable groups (people Local Area Agreements and commissioning. with learning disabilities, people leaving care, Lucy Smout tells us about a voluntary or third people on probation or in contact with mental sector attempt http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Housing, Care and Support Emerald Publishing

The silver cloud with the dark lining

Housing, Care and Support , Volume 11 (1): 2 – Jul 1, 2008

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1460-8790
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10.1108/14608790200800001
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EDITORIAL The silver cloud with the dark lining This issue is packed with sophisticated and well- disciplines. Sue identifies planned changes in articulated, practice-based thinking about how commissioning – based on Joint Strategic Needs strategic structures can and will impact on the Assessment (JSNA) as ways of helping primary care service user’s experience of services, and on their trusts and local authorities to work together. outcomes. There is a large silver cloud of good However, a mini dark lining to this silver thinking and hopeful new structures. But what’s cloud is that the minimum data set for the JSNA the dark lining? Read on… doesn’t identify people who are experiencing Naomi Eisenstadt and John Lawrence explain homelessness. But health is now included in the Socially Excluded Adults Public Sector homelessness strategies which lead into Agreement (PSA). It is very welcome that so Supporting People reviews, into Local Strategic much joined-up government resource is being Partnerships, and then (so the theory goes) into targeted at the very vulnerable groups (people Local Area Agreements and commissioning. with learning disabilities, people leaving care, Lucy Smout tells us about a voluntary or third people on probation or in contact with mental sector attempt

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Housing, Care and SupportEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2008

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